Deep Reinforcement Learning | ÚFAL

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Type Course
Created 2020
Identifier NPFL122


In recent years, reinforcement learning has been combined with deep neural networks, giving rise to game agents with super-human performance (for example for Go, chess, or 1v1 Dota2, capable of being trained solely by self-play), datacenter cooling algorithms being 50% more efficient than trained human operators, or improved machine translation. The goal of the course is to introduce reinforcement learning employing deep neural networks, focusing both on the theory and on practical implementations. Python programming skills and TensorFlow skills (or any other deep learning framework) are required, to the extent of the NPFL114 course. No previous knowledge of reinforcement learning is necessary.


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